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Former Health Boss Says A Bad Flu Season Will Cripple The NHS

Former NHS Trust chairman Roy Lilley told Talk Radio’s Julia Hartley-Brewer this morning that if we have a bad Winter with flu, “elective procedures will stop again.” He also expressed concern that “there isn’t a plan.” Lilley explained how it is likely to pan out this Winter, saying:

“Effectively we’ve got sort of two hospitals haven’t we? We’ve got the hospitals that deal with the emergencies, all the things like 999, blue light and all that stuff and then we’ve got what we call the elective procedures where people are waiting for a new hip or a knee or a hernia or a cataract.

So we can always take the capacity out of the elective procedures and use it for emergency procedures. Now that’s really what happened during Covid………. The NHS got through Covid but it did it effectively by putting the brakes on the elective procedures which is why we have a huge waiting list problem now.

So if we have a bad Winter with flu and there’s this thing about you know we didn’t have flu last year….and if that happens and we have to put the brakes on the elective procedures, once again the queues build up.”

Currently in the UK, there are five million people waiting for routine surgeries and procedures. Many of them are living in pain. According to recent reports by the BBC and the Telegraph newspaper, that number could rise to 14 million by Autumn 2022.

My guess is that as the warnings of bad flu seasons and more transmissible covid variants get louder, the pressure to have covid and flu jabs, or covi-flu jabs will become severe. Think ask not what your NHS can do for you, but rather what you can do for your NHS.

 

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layla

My son’s high School had set the date for the flu nasal spray for end of October. They have now brought it forward to the 6th of September, next Monday, and the sheer amount of emails I have received reminding parents to get the so called signed forms in, even though an 11 year old child can give their own consent is very unnerving. I won’t be sending in any form in, signed or not, just keeping my son off the whole of next week until those wretched NHS workers are completely out of the building.

Jacob

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PfdQlOb0lLg
As the march to mandatory vaccination builds, 2016 saw another wave of flu vaccination of children across the World. To some, worryingly, the flu vaccination was administered en masse at schools across the UK against the wishes of many parents that do not want medical procedures merging with the school timetable.

layla

Thought flu was finished, gone, done, off to the land of no where to be seen, so they are ‘expecting’ it back this year because it conveniently suits their narrative, they don’t even try and hide these blatant lies, it’s plain as day for anyone to see, those of us who are paying attention that is.

Urban fox

Excellent point, I was just muttering the very same thing to myself this morning. Almost word for word.

Jacob

ALL VACCINES DEFY NATURAL IMMUNITY AND THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN SAFE – DR SUZZANE HUMPHRIES
https://www.bitchute.com/video/MtiIp7O0LcX7/

Flu shots.
(Various articles)
https://vaxxter.com/category/vaccines/flu-shot/

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Jacob

Graham Downing – Vaxxed: One Flu over the Cookoo’s Nest.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PfdQlOb0lLg

Flu shots.
(Various articles)
https://vaxxter.com/category/vaccines/flu-shot/

Jacob

Graham Downing – Vaxxed: One Flu over the Cookoo’s Nest.
As the march to mandatory vaccination builds, 2016 saw another wave of flu vaccination of children across the World. To some, worryingly, the flu vaccination was administered en masse at schools across the UK against the wishes of many parents that do not want medical procedures merging with the school timetable. They could not see the point of it and some feared it may cause harm. The argument that mass vaccinations are justified to protect the health of our communities. They fear we living in an insane World where common sense and science are being ignored for profit and ulterior motive.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PfdQlOb0lLg

Also a List of Flu related articles for reference.
https://vaxxter.com/category/vaccines/flu-shot/

Stephen

It is my contention that the return of the flu this season, after being totally absent last season and was probably misdaignosed as Covid of course, is totally predictable. This could be used to mask the number of deaths that are going to occur from the jabbed. I wouldn’t trust a flu jab not being a covid one from the same source..

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layla

Yes me neither, I have harassed both my kids Schools since they returned to give me the exact dates these apparently ‘more robust’ flu nasal sprays are going to be administered. They have finally provided the dates so I plan to keep them off not the usual one day as in previous years, but the whole damn week, it’s not so much the School’s I don’t trust, it’s the NHS nurses going in to the Schools to carry out the flu sprays, and God knows what’s in them 🙁 In Scotland an 11 year old & over can give their own consent to a flu spray, despite a parent saying no.

Urban fox

Health care in the UK ,” the new normal”, is an abomination

These non elective surgeries and so called non emergency treatments in general. They are not a minor inconvenience to people in need. Not being able to get treated is destroying lives. There was woman last year in the UK ,who was unable to get her arm set after it was Brocken. This simple procedure was left so long, she is now permanently crippled. How many more were there unreported. Then there are the thousands left in pain, and many more who will die or have already died because they were not seen by a Dr in time. And all for a virus that has never been proven to exist and last year caused no excess deaths. At the so called peak of this scamdemic last year, whilst people were being left in pain or left to die. Lets not forget those victims that were actively removed ,just for being a nuisance. Below is the link to the latest article by Jacqui Deevoy

The Mainstream Suppression Of The Midazolam Scandal (And Why The Mainstream Media Has Blood On Their Hands) – David Icke

And these hospitals were never in any danger of being overwhelmed. Many were so quite that they sent bank staff ( staff paid on a casual basis from agency’s) home on 2 months leave in some cases. Whilst other nurses had time to film themselves dancing. Whilst all this was happening, the field hospitals that were set up were left empty. So there was never any need for any backlog of patients. None of this was by accident or bad management. It was deliberate and calculated.

Comment on last nights shows

I was saddened and deeply disgusted about the story of the wrongly diagnosed mole. It is not possible to diagnose symptoms properly over the phone or skype or by photos. As Dr Vernon and others have said. And what about those without excess to the technology. I myself do not have skype at the moment. And my tablet has packed up ,so I am unable to take photographs. I was in hospital a few months before this phantom plague martialized. I am thankful every day, that it was not a few months later. And very concerned what would happen should I need treatment again. As there are reports coming in recently of people being refused to be seen by Drs, for the sin of not being fake vaccinated or refusing to wear a mask. The main Drs surgery in Bromley on the outskirts of London is one such surgery.

Any Drs and medical staff out there, who still have any professional ethics and a mind to think for themselves ,need to stand up and be counted. They need to speak out against these abominations that are now taking place against there patients. And refuse to condone medical fascism and the neglect of there patients health.

Kafla

Well said Foxy. Goodness knows what will happen to the likes of us. I pray every day that the likes of us don’t become ill or have an accident. 😘

Urban fox

Hi, Kafla, thanks for reply. What you doing. I’m just making cup of tea and gonna get on my exercise stepper, whilst watching Emmerdale and Coronation street from 20 years ago. Someone has to do it. Hardly read anything this year. I have the handmaids tale here, that I may read.

scaramoosh

Try watching …Buggernation Street …Youtube….Hilarious

Kafla

Ooh, that sounds like fun 😂

Urban fox

Hi there how you. Will try and have look.

Kafla

I just watched one about Stan blocking the loo at The Rovers. Hilarious 😂, l could get hooked.

Jennie

I think I could get addicted to that channel. You’re right it is very funny.

Kafla

Just got back from dentist and now having a cuppa with two fat chocolate biccies 😆. Definitely read the Handmaids Tale and then we can discuss it. Can’t even imagine who was in Corrie 20 years ago. Xx

Urban fox

Its up to 1999. Sinita who is now in Emmerdale( only didn’t recognize her) has just brought the corner shop. She is the one that Dev married. He is not there yet. And that character that was related to the gangster that has just returned recently to present day corrie, has just shown up. The one that was Rita’s foster daughter.
I usually have a bad habit of something sweet with a coffee when Richie comes on. I like to get some posh biscuits sometimes. I could open some I have for todays show. You are tempting me.

Blessed day, go with Grace, Xx

Kafla

My friend bought me these triple choc biccies from from Lidl or Aldi. Seriously delicious. I’m going to get into Buggernation, they’re seriously funny 😂 xx

Urban fox

Just got back from my regular bargain run. I do after Richie show. Just got 3 mini cheesecakes. Had one and the other 2 about 5.30 or 6 tomorrow with the show.

layla

The handmaids tale is one of the best books I have read, I remember reading it years ago and thinking Jesus imagine if that stuff happened, it could happen, what the hell would we do, and here we are. The TV series is as good as the book which is rare, but if you enjoy the book Fox, I think you will love the series 🙂

Jennie

I started the book some years ago but found it so depressing at that time that I gave up on it. Maybe I should try again.

Urban fox

Hi Layla ,yeh done all the TV ones at least once, most twice. Didn’t enjoy latest as much with all the Canada stuff. Some other things to say, no time now. May contact you again on this if that’s OK, may forward you post I sent Gerry. Speak soon

Urban fox

Hi Layla, 120 pages into Handmaids! I have just written about it, on the covid variant article page. Have a good day, speak soon.

Jennie

Just when you think this world can’t get any worse it does. I do recommend a book I’ve just read which I had out of the library called Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani, she also has a video on YouTube. It’s about her near death experience and how her stage 4 cancer completely disappeared after it. What she has to say about the afterlife and what this world really is I found very inspiring.

I’ve been reading and watching about NDEs for some months now and I find them very comforting. We are just here to have an experience but that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t do everything we can to make this world as good as it can be, we’re a long way from that right now.

Some of David Icke’s videos on spirituality which I’m sure you’ve seen are excellent too. I also belong to a spiritual group (not religion) which has similar beliefs.

I’m off for a cup of tea now and to watch an episode of an old TV series, I love watching the old series. Tonight it’s Hart to Hart, I managed to get Season 1 from the library. It’s really cheesy but I’m enjoying it.

Urban fox

Hi Jennie thanks for that. Yes your right. Will message you I think tonight or tomorrow regards the above.

Old Telly, yeh I love a lot of it. The old soaps as I said, have been collecting Dallas DVDS, but got a lot to catch up on. Hart to hart is on free view, The channel is called great TV. Which is Sony TV on some boxes. I watch all the old sci fi on PICK and horror channel.

Jennie

Don’t have a TV so have to rely on the library, what I can download or box sets but some of these older TV series are actually getting quite hard to get hold of.

Urban fox

Hi, Talking of Libraries, both Library’s near me, have been closed since March last year. My photocopier hasn’t been working for ages. And the only public one, is in the covid believers chemist, where they do it for you. I mention this, as I wanted to print up some posters about the scam, and this has prevented me. Also some people have not got internet excess either. I think this is why they have closed so many library’s since it all began. I am surprised there are any open.

Tom M

“The pressure to have covid and flu jabs, or covi-flu jabs will become severe.”

Its not just Covid and flu jabs. As reported on the BBC this morning, they’re now also recommending the rollout of an ‘anti-cholesterol’ jabs on the NHS.

As you have long correctly predicted, ‘preventative’ healthcare is coming in the form of vaccines for just about every health ailment under the sun, whether you like it or not.

Jennie

My idea of preventative healthcare is exercise, fruit and veg, fresh air, sunshine, natural products and being able to go out and have fun and a good laugh, all the things they are trying to stop in fact.

Urban fox

Come on don’t be silly. We don’t want any of that natural hippy crap. I jest of course. In fact I said something very similar on the show comment page today.

Jennie

I know I need to get with the programme, vaccines and the great reset are what the world really needs right now.

Urban fox

Hi Jennie, thanks for reply. Regards variants . Just to be clear. I don’t believe in the original covid ,therefor I don’t believe in the variants. I was just pointing out the usual practice is to use the Greek alphabet to label a list of things. Speak later

Jennie

I know you’re like me and don’t believe that the virus exists, I was just kidding.

Urban fox

I wasn’t going to come back on here today. But I had to blow my top all over the comments section in a major way. With the first hour and guest.

Jennie

Haven’t heard today’s yet, caught up with yesterday’s earlier. I better wait till I’m feeling calm to listen to it from what you said.

Ronald Templeman

In all the years that I have used the NHS, most of my visits into hospital have not been good.

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